The Smart Energy Communities Scorecard project, led by QUEST and Pollution Probe, is currently working with nine communities located in various parts of the country, aiming to help develop and test the implementation of a multi-sectoral tool that will benchmark the progress of Smart Energy Communities across Canada.
QUEST is seeking Indigenous communities that would be interested in contributing to the project through the sharing of their knowledge and expertise in energy systems. By doing so, in addition to the development of the benchmarking tool, the project aims to stimulate regional collaboration and partnerships for the development of integrated energy systems at the local scale and help inform federal policy and program development. If interested, contact Ericka Wicks, firstname.lastname@example.org, 514-916-9728 for more details.
By participating as a Pilot Community, you will:
Receive a descriptive report analyzing the policies and processes in your community
Receive advisory support from the project team on how to improve your community's energy planning
Contribute to a national, standard approach for evaluating Smart Energy Communities in Canada
Become connected to a national network of communities that have leading best practices
Receive a $2,000 stipend to offset participation costs
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